VDTM expands its presence in Russian MRO market

© Volga Dnepr Group
© Volga Dnepr Group

Volga-Dnepr Technics Moscow (VDTM), a Russian arm of Volga-Dnepr Technics – aircraft MRO business of Volga-Dnepr Group, has opened a new line station in Russia’s Krasnodar-Pashkovsky airport (KRR). The station has recently gained EASA approval.

The facilities have been fitted with all necessary equipment for providing a complete scope of line maintenance services on Boeing 737NG (CFM56) and Airbus A320 (V2500, CFM56) family aircraft, and the maintenance staff has been appropriately trained, type-rated and certified.

VDTM is keen to win business with carriers operating to/out Krasnodar through offering quality and efficient service.

“Launching a new line station in Krasnodar is the next successful step to solidify our positions in the Russian market of aircraft maintenance services. Every year we expanding our facilities, implementing advanced procedures, foreseeing needs of customers, consistently improving the quality of work and building up the range of services and competencies. In Krasnodar airport we see great potential for the introduction and development our services. We will do everything necessary to provide our customers with quality service in the optimum time,” said Evgeny Kochetov, VDTM General Director.

Volga-Dnepr Technics, part of Volga-Dnepr Group, is an MRO provider specializing in both Russian and Western-built aircraft. It evolved as a spin-off business in 2008 rooting from then existing and newly established maintenance bases with the aim to improve management of in-house maintenance activities and extend services to external customers. Volga-Dnepr Technics now operates a large network of nine maintenance bases (SVO, DME, VKO, KRR, KJA, SHJ, FJR, LEJ, FRA). Line maintenance services are provided in all Moscow hub airports and cover Boeing 747, Boeing 737CL/NG and Airbus А320 family aircraft.

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